Car 54, Where Are You?: Season 1, Episode 30

I Love Lucille (22 Apr. 1962)

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Lucille dies her hair to get Gunther to notice her, and when he finally does, look out.



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Lucille dies her hair to get Gunther to notice her, and when he finally does, look out.

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The title refers to the classic television sitcom 'I Love Lucy (1951)' which starred Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. See more »


References Wagon Train (1957) See more »

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Lucille, The 'Goddess'
22 August 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Toody in love with a "blonde goddess - Lucille!!! Yes, as wacky as that sounds that's what happens here. Expect the insane you get a normal, hilarious "Car 54, Where Are You" episode.

Tired of being ignored for the 15 years of their marriage, Lucille goes to the hairdresser's one day and changes into a blonde. It takes a while to notice, but once he does, he's going crazy and suddenly is the world's most jealous.

The real funny parts come with the rest of the squadron, who think Toody is cheating on Lucille and going out with some blonde bimbo.

All-in-all, another good show, especially if you enjoy the crazy banter back-and-forth between Joe E. Ross (Toody) and Beatrice Pons (Lucille.)

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